Did you know that 50% of the fruits and vegetables consumed in the U.S. are grown in California? Many growers
Did you know there’s severe shortage of farming professionals to fill management positions and replace retiring farmers? Careers that not
When transplanting your tomato starter plants, there are certain things you should do that will benefit the plant. Watch the
Growing annual herbs, like parsley and dill, are super easy. But when these herbs are about to die, they do
There’s nothing worse than harvesting your herbs or bringing ones home from the farmers’ market or grocery store, for them
On August 4, 2018, chefs from across the region will gather to celebrate and create a Dinner on the Farm
Did you know there’s an easy way to support local farmers while getting the season’s freshest fruits, veggies and flowers?
Ladybugs are great for the garden! They help rid the area of crop-damaging aphids, mealybugs and other destructive insect pests.
SUPPORTING ORGANIZATIONS WHO CARE DEEPLY ABOUT THE LAND, YOUTH AND FUTURE FARMERS May 3 is the Big Day of Giving,
Nayeli Lozano, Sophomore at Sonoma State University majoring in Environmental Studies and Planning with a minor in Biology MORE THAN